We look for residents who have an understanding of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and are enthusiastic about a career in this field. We also look for applicants who have good judgement, good analytic skills and good communication skills.
We are interested in your career plans and professional aspirations in Public Health and Preventive Medicine. We try to find a match between your plans and desires and the program's ability to help you meet them. Prior experience in public health before medical school and during medical school is an asset, but not a pre-requisite.
Please visit the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) website to find detailed admission information for the Public Health and Preventive Medicine program.